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How Google is powering the world’s AI

After helping to define the modern internet era with Search and Android, Google is already at the forefront of the next wave in computing research and development: AI. Many consider artificial intelligence and neural network computers to be the next step in computing, enabling new use cases and faster computation …

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Asus Cerberus V2 Review | Digit.in

70 For prolonged gaming sessions, the Cerberus V2 serves you well because of the padded headband design and ear cushions. The audio works well for gaming, however, not so much for listening to certain-type of music genres. Asus Cerberus V2 Rating 70100100 Our Verdict For prolonged gaming sessions, the Cerberus …

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HTC feels bad for delaying U11 Oreo update in Europe – The Android Soul

HTC U11 users in the U.S. started getting the update to Android Oreo a while back. In fact, the update has already been rolled out to the T-Mobile version of the U11 Life and the unlocked U11 Life, but folks in Europe are still waiting for the update to hit their beloved …

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Google Asking For Pixel 2 Feedback Via The Settings Menu

Although the Google Pixel 2 and 2 XL are second-generation devices most people will likely still consider ‘Pixel’ to be a new line overall. Especially when taking into consideration the competition the two Pixel 2 phones are up against, and how those competitive devices are part of a long smartphone …

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Samsung’s C-Lab projects include smart glasses and a portable directional speaker

Samsung’s Creative Lab is one of the more entertaining additions to CES in the last several years. Deemed C-Lab for short, the department is a sort of in-house accelerator, where Samsung employees can build and spin-off startups, all while leveraging the electronics giants’ seemingly bottomless resources. The results are always …

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HQ Trivia arrives on Android in Canada in beta

App-based trivia sensation HQ Trivia is on its way to Android, as the company previously revealed, but a special group of users can access it right now — Canadians. The app is now live in the Canadian Google Play Store, though it’s an “Unreleased” beta version of the live trivia …

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The return of the Power User

2017 has been an incredible year in the world of smartphones, with a consistency of releases that has hardly been seen before. Users have a ton of quality options to choose from in the Android space – and there has been a growing trend in powerful, niche devices. We generally …

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Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro Review

13590 The Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro is a fitness tracker with smartwatch superpowers, but for Rs 13,590, is it worth a buy? Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro Rating 0100100 Our Verdict The Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro is one of the smartest fitness trackers out there. It’s perfect if you are training …

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Xiaomi Mi A1 Oreo now rolling out – The Android Soul

Xiaomi has been testing the Android 8.0 update beta for the Mi A1 for a while now. It’s been about two weeks since the first beta was released for the Android One phone, but now, Xiaomi has begun rolling out the stable Oreo update for Mi A1 users, which is …

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Samurai Chef Is An Action Cooking Simulator For Daydream

There’s a brand new title on the Google Play store – called Samurai Chef – for those mobile gamers who own one of Google’s Daydream VR sets. The Playgendary-developed game is probably best described as an action-arcade cooking simulator and, as its name implies, puts players in the role of …

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